Musician Possibility - Learning Loss
Tinnitus is a condition that involves sporadic or continuous ringing in one or both ears. The sounds
can differ in pitch and loudness, which can be very irritating to the person who suffers from it. There
are many causes of tinnitus but the main ones are overexposure to loud music and hearing loss that
arises with age. ear protection, there are some amazing tips you can use to stop tinnitus.
Always wear the appropriate clothing for the job. This includes safety goggles and hearing
defenders, wear clothing such as a boiler suit, you need to ensure that there is nothing loose that
could become caught in machinery. This also applies to your hair. If it is long, tie it back safely. Wear
safety shoes or boots and never be tempted to wear sandals, even on the hottest day. Wear sturdy
gloves. Never rush a job, always take your time and concentrate.
Most wood lathes are very quiet in operation but most woodturners use other power tools at various
times and many of these are powered with very loud motors. Many bowl turners will be sanding a
bowl with the lathe, dust collector and electric drill used as a sander all on at the same time. hearing
protection at these times is a must. Hearing loss in these situations can be cumulative and should be
A crash guard protects or supports the legs when a bike falls. Extra hand grips can protect hands
from freezing. It also prevents hands from numbness safety equipment and fatigue.
Wear ear protection. Exposure to excessive noise can damage hearing. Noise reducing mufflers can
be fitted to machines to lessen the noise health hazard.
When doing a DIY home improvement project, put safety first. Make sure you wear protective
equipment such as a hard hat and goggles when needed. Use power tools (especially ones you are
not familiar with) with extreme caution. Read the directions and ask for help when needed. Home
improvement stores are a great resource of information.
Operate the chainsaw with a sharp blade rather than a blunt one. A blunt blade will cause wear and
tear on the motor and cause you to use more force than necessary when cutting and this can be
dangerous - and tiring.